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The new category will be part of the designer’s main line and will focus on all-natural fabrics and easy silhouettes catering to women of all sizes.
Chinese foreign direct investment into the U.S. has plunged 90 percent since its peak in 2016.
Galleries were positive about business post-Brexit, while brands and retailers, from Mary Katrantzou to Christopher Kane and Etro, caught Frieze fever.
Rankin said the latest issue of the biannual publication — all 386 pages of it — is “looking to redress the balance of power.”
The line-up includes a fun bomber that looks like a Chesterfield sofa.
Yu hosted dinner in the King’s Gallery, with Chinese musicians, lanterns and a big dragon.
She’s on the prowl for more brands, and has $20 million earmarked to invest in emerging businesses in 2018.
The London-based designer, who is known for her exuberant prints has constructed 15 different vivid patterns inspired by Katrantzou’s runway archives.